Taking the edge off implementing SLA…

Posted on 8-Apr-11. Filed under: R12 | Tags: , |

Are you struggling w/SLA burnout??  Looking for something to fill the time during a potential government shutdown??

Fully understanding and implementing SLA for Federal Financials continues to be quite a challenge in a current upgrade I’m working on.  This is especially true when trying to ensure all the proper Upward/Downward accounting is properly done, but at the same time ensuring the PYA adjustments are not overstated as part of document revisions.

So, we thought we’d have a little fun and honor Colorado’s Microbrewing heritage with a nice new little home-brewed special for our team to help us enjoy our breaks away from the SLA grind.

I present: SLA Insanity.

Enjoy the pic…

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There’s certainly a lot to know about this issue. I love all the points you’ve made.


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